Recipe Clipping For Cheesey Macaroni & CheeseThis recipe was clipped from a newspaper and found in a large collection, date unknown. Recipe is typed below along with a scanned copy (recipe was across two columns so I snipped them together).


2 cups macaroni
1 pkg. cheddar cheese (about 12 ounces)
1 pkg. mild colby cheese (about 12 ounces)
1 large can (13 ounce) condensed milk
4 eggs
1 stick butter or margarine
Salt and pepper

Cook the macaroni. Melt the butter and mix with the macaroni. Salt and pepper to taste. Grate the cheese and mix most of it with the macaroni. Beat the eggs. Blend together with the milk.

Put the macaroni in a casserole or baking dish and pour the milk and egg mixture over it until the liquid reaches the top of the macaroni. (You may have some leftover egg mixture). Spread the remaining cheese on top. Cook at 350 degrees until the cheese on the top becomes brown and bubbly.

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15 Responses to Cheesy Macaroni & Cheese Recipe Clipping

Published 28 September, 2016 in 2:45 pm

Condensed milk? With all it’s sugar? Not evaporated milk?

Published 19 November, 2016 in 6:32 pm

This recipe calls for one 13 oz. can of condensed milk. Is that correct, or should it be evaporated milk? I thought the condensed milk was sweet, and used in desserts.

Hannah Johnston
Published 15 January, 2017 in 6:21 pm

I would like to know if the condensed milk is sweetened condensed milk. I have no knowledge of just condensed milk. Thank you for your reply.

Published 20 January, 2017 in 8:01 pm

I would like to know if the condensed milk in the recipe is sweetened condensed
milk? I have not seen a product that is
just condensed milk.

Published 28 May, 2017 in 12:53 pm

I wonder if this is suppose to be evaporated milk instead of condensed milk. I can’t imagine using condensed milk for this recipe.

Published 29 October, 2017 in 2:17 pm

I used condensed milk the first time and it was way too sweet. I now use evaporated milk and my family loves this recipe. Delicious!

Published 14 September, 2018 in 11:13 pm

Making it this way is like a dessert.Way too sweet and rather disgusting. Sugar does not belong in Macaroni and Cheese. I would use evaporated milk or even just plain milk.

Gladys Blakeslee
Published 22 September, 2018 in 7:58 pm

Way to sweet for my diabetic husband. Will try evaporated milk.

Becky Christner
Published 2 November, 2018 in 12:08 am

It should say evaporated milk

Published 19 November, 2018 in 7:42 am

Condensed milk is what evaporated milk was referred to years ago.

Published 2 January, 2019 in 7:41 pm

I made this recipe for New Years. My family liked it but EVERYONE asked what I had done differently. The sweetened condensed milk was definitely sweet. I’ll try it as suggested in the comments with evaporated milk instead. We compared it to eating cornbread that has had sugar added.

Sandra Gilliland
Published 13 February, 2019 in 8:56 am

Recipe contains big mistake. It should say evaporated milk not condensed milk. I am a retired culinary arts.teacher & every year some student would get the two confused. Luckily I usually stopped them in time.

Published 15 June, 2019 in 11:06 am

I haven’t tried this particular recipe yet but my sister-in-law gave me her recipe for baked mac & cheese and she uses sweet condensed milk in hers as well and her mac & cheese is out of this world. She also adds regular milk to hers so maybe that fills down the sweetness.

Published 25 July, 2019 in 11:17 pm

Obviously shouldn’t use condensed milk, evaporated for sure! Ha, my mother in law tried to sub that stuff for evaporated milk once in a tamale pie, and I’ve never let her live it down?!

Published 16 February, 2020 in 5:41 am

Years ago, when I was young, I remember my mother and others who cooked, calling evaporated milk condensed milk.

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